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Introducing Houston, Texas
There are many rental options in Houston, an exciting place to call home, and an area known and loved by residents in this great state of Texas. There are 678 neighborhoods in Houston. Families who live in this area have many reasons to call Houston home. Apartment shoppers pick this city for many reasons, amongst which are location, affordability, availability, education and schools, and the life they experience when living here. Our team has researched all these preferences for choosing Houston, Texas. Filter and search through 4,488 apartment communities built and ready for move-in in this town.
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Getting Around Houston
While town is better for walking and exercising on foot than many other metropolitan areas, Houston is considered 'semi-car-dependent'. Given how the area is layed out and walkable sidewalks and foot paths, residents who so desire can be fairly independent without having to use their vehicle on some of your shopping trips.
Schools in Houston, TX
When you have children in the family, choosing a location with good school districts is important. Making smart rental home or apartment choices can help place students in great schools. Our site and our rental search tools can help make finding a rental with a fantastic school quick and easy. School zoning is determined by local school boards through what are called 'attendance zones'.
For grades 9-12 be sure to take a look at Heights High School, the highest-rated high school in this city. Heights High School has a GreatSchools Rating of 5/10. The highest-rated middle school in this town is Gregory-Lincoln Ed Center. Check out Crockett Elementary School, the highest-rated elementary school in this town with a GreatSchools Rating of 6/10.
Houston Points of Interest
Minute Maid Park is in this municipal area. This town contains ZIP 77002.
Pet Friendly Apartments
For apartment residents with pets, 'pet friendly' apartment complexes can be found here.
Houston Rental Pricing
A rental apartment unit in Houston is on the average $1,954. The average home rent in this city is $3,426. A rental apartment in this city will cost you from $306 to $10,000. On average rent for a studio apartment in this city is $1,282, and has a range from $575 to $2,941. One bedroom apartments average $1,512 and range from $306 to $4,294. A 2 bedroom apartments averages $1,933 and ranges from $396 to $10,000. Three bedroom apartments average $2,496 and range from $547 to $10,000. 4 bedroom (and larger) apartments average $2,115 and range from $612 to $3,050.
Frequently Asked Questions about Houston
How much are Studio apartments in Houston?
The pricing for 296 Studio Apartments in Houston currently ranges from $575 to $9,153 with an average price of $1,285.
What is the current price range for One Bedroom Houston Apartments for rent?
Today's rental pricing for One Bedroom Apartments in Houston ranges from $306 to $10,000 with an average monthly rent of $1,512.
What does renting a Two Bedroom Apartment in Houston cost?
The monthly rent prices of Two Bedroom Apartments currently available in Houston range from $396 to $10,000. Today's average rental price for Two Bedrooms here is $1,930.
How expensive are Houston Three Bedroom Apartments?
There are currently 1090 Three Bedroom Apartments listings available in Houston on ApartmentHomeLiving.com. The pricing ranges from $547 to $10,000 - averaging $2,493 for the location.